We have another spectacular weekend on tap on the Grand Strand! Tonight marks the start of the highly anticipated Carolina Country Music Fest on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. There is a great line-up of stars all weekend and we have attached the schedule for you. Surprisingly, there is other things to do in Myrtle Beach this weekend.
Sea Marks at Atlantic Stage in the Myrtle Beach Mall beginning tonight and running all weekend at 7:30 pm. This is the touching story of a fisherman living on a remote Irish island who has fallen in love with a woman he’s glimpsed only once. Unschooled in letter writing, he tries his utmost to court by mail and after a year and a half succeeds in arranging a rendezvous. Will their love affair withstand the storm that arises from their being from different worlds?
Whose Beach Is It Anyway? Improv Comedy Show Friday night at 7:30 pm. In this audience-interactive comedy show, they take suggestions from the audience about the funny things that pertain to Myrtle Beach and use those suggestions to create instant comedy right before your eyes! Similar to the television show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” but about Myrtle Beach! Imagine a show about all-you-can-eat buffets, beach stores, snow birds gone wild, tourist traps, traffic jams 17 bypass, 501 and 17 business, a town called Aynor, foreign exchange students on bicycles, time share sales people, bike rallies and whatever else YOU suggest!
Movies Under the Stars on Friday night beginning at 9:00 pm at Valor Park will be showing Tangled (PG). Bring a blanket or lawn chair and the whole family for Movies Under the Stars! Snacks and soft drinks will be available for purchase. Come early, do a little shopping, have dinner, and stay for a free movie!
Art in the Park 2016 is back at Chapin Park on Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm.
Boathouse MB Sunday Concerts on Sunday beginning at 5:00 pm featuring Shawayze.
Sweet Reggae Sundays at House of Blues from 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm. Sweet Reggae Sundays brings live reggae music to The Deck stage and a chance for guests to enjoy discounted Sweetwater craft beers and register for a chance to win a custom eleven-foot paddleboard. Doors to The Deck open at 6pm and the live reggae music is 7-11pm on The Deck stage.